October's Glamour Nude Lighting Workshop WANT TO CREATE PHOTOS LIKE THESE?
If you want to take a quantum leap forward with your photography in a short amount of time, there are very few things as effective as attending a photography workshop.
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"Informative and fun workshop at a bargain price. Would definitely recommend to other photogs." - Carlos Delgadillo
"1st Workshop I took with Sean Stevens was such an eye opener... I highly encourage anyone out there with a camera to sign up with Sean for the next work shop." - Adan Garza III June 15
Unique, hands-on, glamour studio lighting classes instructed by Sean Stevens, an internationally published and awarded photographer with over 25 years of experience, giving you the tools to succeed and grow your photography skills and build a standout portfolio!
This workshop we plan to do:
* Liquid Latex * Bodyscapes * Lingerie *
and much much more!
Location: San Antonio, TX - To be Determined (Private - only available to registered attendees)
Skill Level: All Levels, Beginner to Pro, 18+ years of age
Equipment: Bring your DSLR Camera (Lights, Backgrounds, etc provided by the Workshop)
To be Determined
THANK YOU!! The basics I learned from you in your workshop in lighting is the big reason I have been getting the amazng pictures I have been getting since I returned. Also, the Lightroom class and Photshop pointers in the areas we covered were PRICELESS!! - Bert Kiefer Photograp
At one time a Microsoft Certified Trainer, I now use my powers for good instead of evil.
An award-winning and internationally published photographer with over 20 years of experience will teach you cutting-edge Glamour lighting and posing techniques that will take your photography and portfolio to the next level. You'll get to photograph live models and add the photos you created to your portfolio to give it a kickstart right away, and add another line of income to your business.
Some of what you'll learn:
Posing techniques - tips and tricks for getting the best from your models!
Setting up Studio Lighting
Cutting-Edge Lighting techniques - take notes of lighting recipes. We will use up to 5 lights and multiple lighting modifiers for each setup!
Backgrounds - what to use, how to light them
To create a more intimate shooting enviroment and maximize actually shooting time limit this workshop to the first 3 Photographers.
DSLR cameras only - If you don't know what that is, you probably don't have one :) Cyber Syncs will be available to remotely trigger the studio flashes. Those with SONY or Rebels please obtain a PC Sync adapter as your camera may not have one built-in. No Nudity except for implied-nudity. That is, we will only shoot when the model is ready. Do NOT touch the model.
BEFORE THE WORKSHOP: KNOW how to use the Manual Settings on your Camera. Especially how to set manual shutter speeds and f-stop sizes. But also, how to adjust your custom white balance.
If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to contact me using the 'Contact the Host' button, or call me at 210-692-4074
The model will be literally working her butt off for you photographers. So, considering the value of the workshop, and the amount of time she'll be working for you, I'm suggesting that photographers tip her between $30-60 (some have tipped $100) in consideration of a model release from each model. Please take into consideration how hard they'll work and the quality images that they'll help create for you. The Return-on-Investment is virtually priceless. This is strictly voluntary, but customary.
The model release is basically a standard model release customized to reflect the nature of the workshop. I'm sure you wouldn't want to see your picture, taken at a workshop, appearing in a national Coca-Cola campaign without the compensation that would normally be expected. And, the same goes for the model. So, the Model Release is worded that the photographer can use the photograph for their portfolio, INCLUDING the use of those images for self-promotion through websites, pamphlets, advertising, etc. That seems more than fair, all things considered.
Also, the models appreciate any finished images you can provide them. I'll have their email, facebook pages, etc available for you to send them prints/files. Yes, I know alot of us will have similar images, but I know there are some great creative edits that some of you will do.
Jesus Garcia on June 12/10 (from his blog)
"This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend a photo workshop in San Antonio. This being my first workshop, I had no idea what to expect. I felt both nervous and excited. Luckily, my nerves subsided in the first hour… A big thanks goes out to Sean Stevens for sharing his knowledge of photography and putting together this workshop. Assisting Sean was Scott Remmers and Alan Brzozowski who not only helped Sean but also shared their knowledge of photography, as well. Thank you’s also go out to Tricia, Amanda, and Briana for working the cameras all day; Andria for doing the girls makeup and hair; and Wes for opening the doors to his beautiful home and being such a gracious host. I truly had a great time, met some wonderful people, and came home even more excited about photography. This was a great learning experience and I would definitely recommend this workshop to other photographers."
Sometimes things just come up. And we understand. We've never had to cancel a workshop, but if we did we'll either credit you for another workshop, or issue a full refund.
Keep in mind that there are upfront costs associated with running a workshop like this. We have to pay and feed the models, the Makeup Artist, location fees, advertising, etc. With that in mind, and because of the short lead times on our workshops, any deposits are non-refundable if you need to cancel for any reason. We wish you never will have to, but if you've paid in full, and can't attend the workshop due to extenuating circumstances, we will issue a full refund less the deposit fee.
No refunds will be issued for cancellations within one week of the date of the workshop.